DeSean Jackson Does Cousin Terio Dance, Throws Up Crip Signs, And Gets In Fight All In One Game

DeSean Jackson Does Cousin Terio Dance, Throws Up Crip Signs, And Gets In Fight All In One Game
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Last night’s Eagles-Redskins game answered a whole lot of questions for NFL fans everywhere. For one, RGIII definitely has some post-torn ACL rust, after throwing two costly interceptions and just looking uncomfortable in the pocket all night. Another is that Chip Kelly‘s offense is going to light it up this season, with Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy at the helm.

But perhaps the biggest sub-story of the game came from none other than Eagles deep threat DeSean Jackson. He proved once and for all that he is the league’s premier goon with some of the hilarious and amazing antics he put on display last night.

Jackson got things started in the first quarter when he caught an impressive 25-yard touchdown from Vick and proceeded to “kill ‘em.” That’s right, your boy DeSean busted out the Cousin Terio dance in what is the first documented sighting of the dance so far this season.

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From there, he got straight ratchet. Going up against cornerback DeAngelo Hall all night, the two started to mix it up, exchanging words and blows in the second quarter.

Being one to never back down, DeSean got all up in his face and definitely was in his head. Football is probably the biggest trash-talking sport in the world, and Jackson proved why he’s one of the best.

After that, things just got ugly. DeSean showed his true colors and flashed a gang sign in Hall’s face. His gang affiliation? The Crips. No big deal. It makes sense, though. He is from Long Beach, California, and just like Snoop Dogg, he holds many of the same values. Hell, they even went to the same high school!

Hopefully NFL commissioner Roger Goodell doesn’t look too deeply into this and punish DeSean. He’s just having fun out there and wilding out, and he did have a monster game with 104 receiving yards and a TD. Not a bad fantasy debut.

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